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Machine that Tickles the Wall

Machine that Tickles the Wall (2013) is a small mechanical arm with a feather attached to its tip. Touching the edge of a gallery wall, it imitates various types of tickling movements.

13532 Clicks

13532 Clicks (2013) was an installation/machine performance in a dark room, projector and an automated web browser that continually tried to open a series of blocked websites in Turkey and failed each time.

3D Print Embodied by the Mouse Movements of Its Own Purchasing

3D Print Embodied by the Mouse Movements of Its Own Purchasing (2013), is a 3D print whose shape was determined by the artist’s mouse movements on an online 3D printing & shopping website.

Simple Present

Simple Present (2013) is a collection of 35 clocks, each matching the inaccuracy of a specific clock in public or commercial spaces in Istanbul.

Panemoticon

Panemoticon (2012), created in collaboration with John Priestley, is a Firefox add-on that tracks the user’s mouse movements, analyses those data to gauge the user’s mood, and maps that information to create generative music.

Séance

Séance (2011) is a mechanical sound installation that reflects routine human actions such as working, sleeping, eating and walking that people talk about in online conversations such as in Twitter, filtered to be limited to a specific time zone. 

Faces on Mars

Faces on Mars (2010) is a collection of 100 digital prints, arranged in a 20×5 grid on a wall. The image on each print is a false positive result of face detection software searching for faces on the surface of Mars.

Bites

Bites (2010) is a software with a custom audio mixer to adjust the duration and volume of the audio-visual record of the artist biting different food.

Torture Wheel

Wheel Torture (2010) is an installation consisting of a computer-controlled bicycle wheel with a toy monkey strapped on it and a small display screen.

Movie Mirrors

Movie Mirrors (2009-2010) consists of a computer, monitor, a webcam and custom face detection software. The viewer sees his or her mirror image being switched back and forth to characters from movie images surrounded by their scene.